Well the hay will dry slower that is for sure. I assume we are talking about alfalfa. The biggest worry I have is weather the stand is really dormant. If you are planning on keeping the hay in production next year then I would not chance doing it. A few years ago we had a hard early frost and a week of nightly lows under the freezing mark. Then a few weeks later it warmed up for a month in mid Oct-Nov. A lot of 70 degree days and warm nights. A close friend made a extra cutting on his alfalfa hay. It had grown back up to knee high. All the experts told him it would be fine as the hard frost made the stand go dormant. Well he killed 250 acres of hay dead as a door nail. The next spring he had ZERO alfalfa in the field he did the late cutting in. He is dairyman and had to buy his high quality hay while he had to reseed new hay ground.
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